WORKPLACE ROAD SAFETY

Personal Performance

There are many factors that can affect an employees driving performance when undertaking a work-related journey. This in-class course examines these factors and delivers learnings that change behaviours.

The Factors Affecting Personal Driving Performance includes:

  • Driving whilst using mobile devices (including handsfree);
  • Driving whilst tired and/or stressed;
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs.

This in-class workshop aims to engage and educate participants and provide drivers with an enhanced appreciation of the factors that can affect their personal driving performance. The course will cover the relevant legal points, and advice and guidance based on TTC’s years of experience in these areas. After completing the course, attendees will:

  • Be aware of the factors affecting their driving;
  • Be able to develop and implement a suitable avoidance strategy;
  • Understand the effects of lifestyles choices and potential consequences.

The workshop is facilitated by a professional driver trainer who will engage participants to maximize the learning experience.

This course is suitable for all employees who drive cars, vans, LCV’s (light commercial vehicles) LGV’s (large goods vehicles) or PCV’s (passenger carrying vehicles).

To complete a Factors Affecting Personal Driving Performance Course takes 3 ½ hours, and is suitable for up to 20 delegates. However, all of the courses TTC offer can be tailored to your requirements will elements of this course incorporated alongside, for example, improving speed awareness and eco-safe driving.



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